Vacancies

Safer Recruitment

The Toynbee School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

PE Cover Supervisor - Grade D (Full/Part time)
HOURS: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview)
Cover Supervisor - Grade D (Full/Part time)
HOURS: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview)
Site Assistant
HOURS: EHCC Grade C (Full time, £21,190 – £22,215)
Learning Support Assistant
HOURS: Part/Full Time (Final hours to be agreed at interview, 39 weeks per annum)
IT Technician - Full Time - £28,934 - £32,026 Grade E
HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Deputy Technician Visual Impairment
HOURS: Full time (37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year – final hours to be agreed at interview)
Visual Impairment Learning Support Assistant
HOURS: Part time (2 Days per week, 39 weeks per year – final hours to be agreed at interview)

PE Cover Supervisor - Grade D (Full/Part time)

HOURS: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview) DEADLINE EXPIRED

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

11-16 Mixed Comprehensive

Salary: Support Staff                                   

Location: Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

School: Toynbee School

Contract Type: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview)

Contract Term: Permanent

Start Date: ASAP

Salary Type: D  Full time equivalent £23,703 - £26,401 Actual salary £19,179 - £21,645

 

POST TITLE: PE/Sport Cover Supervisor (Part/Full Time) - Grade D

 

Are you interested in working with young people in an educational environment?

Do you need to gain further school-based experience to further your career?

Do you hold an interest in Sport and PE?

Would you like to become a PE teacher?

                                                                                                                     

We have the ideal opportunity for someone who would like to work in education and enjoys working with young people. This role offers you the exciting chance to work in a secondary school but without the full demands of a teaching post. If you are considering entering the teaching profession or just want to make a difference working with young people, this is the perfect job for you! We have a proven track record of developing people to go on to become PE teachers.

 

The ideal candidate will be someone who has an active interest in helping young people to achieve.  You will need to be confident and able to supervise classes, including PE lessons, during the short-term absence of teachers. In addition, there will be the option to play a key role in our flourishing extra-curricular programme.

 

To succeed in this role, you will need a good sense of humour, a calm and caring manner and the ability to work on your own initiative. This is a very varied and interesting role; we can guarantee that no two days will be the same! Whilst offering you a challenge, this post can be very satisfying and it will give you a great sense of achievement. We will provide you with a full induction programme, excellent support and relevant training to enable you to be successful in this post. You will be provided with lesson plans and the resources to supervise lessons.

 

Toynbee prides itself on being a friendly, inclusive team with young people at the heart of our community.

The successful candidate will:

Be committed to supporting all pupils to achieve their “Personal Best”
Maintain and model high expectations
Have excellent interpersonal skills
Be forward thinking, receptive to change and able to work under pressure.
Have proven literacy and numeracy skills. (Equivalent to at least a GCSE grade C or  above in Maths and English)
In return we offer all our staff:

 

§  An extensive CPD and Induction programme

§  Excellent facilities

§  Access to Simplyhealth benefits

§  Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme

§  A support team environment

§  Free Parking

This is an excellent opportunity to join a school that is building on its already successful results and reputation within the local community. We have an excellent track record of developing and supporting our staff to progress both professionally and in their careers.

Please visit our website: https://www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/vacanices  for a job description or alternatively email recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk  for further details.

 

Applications should be made using the Support Staff Application Form which can be found on our website. Please note that CVs will not be accepted or considered.

Closing Date:             27th January 2023         

 

The Toynbee School

Bodycoats Road

Chandlers Ford

Hampshire

S053 2PL

Tel:   023 80269026

Fax: 023 80251086

 

“Toynbee School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.”

Cover Supervisor - Grade D (Full/Part time)

HOURS: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview) DEADLINE EXPIRED

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

11-16 mixed comprehensive

Salary: Support Staff                                   

Location: Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

School: Toynbee School

Contract Type: Part/Full time (Maximum 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum, final hours to be discussed at interview)

Contract Term: Permanent

Start Date: ASAP

Salary Type: EHCC Scale D  Full time equivalent £23,703 -  £26,401 Actual salary £19,179 - £21,645

 

POST TITLE: Cover Supervisor (Full/Part Time) – Grade D

 

Are you interested in teaching but do not hold a teaching qualification?

Are you interested in working with young people in an educational environment?

Do you need to gain classroom experience to further your career?

Do you need school-based experience before taking up a teaching qualification?

                                                                                                                     

We have the ideal opportunity for someone who would like to work in education and enjoys working with young people. This role offers you the exciting chance to work in a classroom but without the usual demands of a teaching job. If you are considering entering the teaching profession or just want to make a difference working with young people, this is the perfect job for you!

The ideal candidate will be someone who has an active interest in helping young people to achieve.  You will need to be confident and able to supervise classes during the short-term absence of teachers.  We will provide you with an induction programme, excellent support and relevant training to enable you to be successful in this post. You will be provided with lesson plans and the resources to supervise lessons. If you are interested in a particular subject, where possible we will try to link you with this area.

To succeed in this role, you will need a good sense of humour, a calm and caring manner and the ability to work on your own initiative. This is a very varied and interesting role; we can guarantee that no two days will be the same! Whilst offering you a challenge, this post can be very satisfying and it will give you a great sense of achievement.

Toynbee prides itself on being a friendly, inclusive team with young people at the heart of our community.

The successful candidate will:

Be committed to supporting all pupils to achieve their “Personal Best”
Maintain and model high expectations
Have excellent interpersonal skills
Be forward thinking, receptive to change and able to work under pressure.
Have proven literacy and numeracy skills. (Equivalent to at least a GCSE grade C or  above in Maths and English)
This is an excellent opportunity to join a school that is building on its already successful results and reputation within the local community. We have an excellent track record of developing and supporting our staff to progress both professionally and in their careers.

Please visit our website: www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/vacancies/ for a job description or alternatively email recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk  for further details.

 

Applications should be made using the Support Staff Application Form which can be found on our website. Please note that CVs will not be accepted or considered.

Closing Date:             27th January 2023

 

The Toynbee School

Bodycoats Road

Chandlers Ford

Hampshire

S053 2PL

Tel:   023 80269026

Fax: 023 80251086

 

“Toynbee School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.”

Site Assistant

HOURS: EHCC Grade C (Full time, £21,190 – £22,215)

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

THE TOYNBEE SCHOOL

Location - Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

School - Toynbee School

Contract Type - Full time (37.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year)

Contract Term - Permanent

Salary Type - EHCC Grade C (Full time, £21,190 – £22,215)

 

POST TITLE: Site Assistant

We are looking for a positive, proactive, reliable, and practical person to join our dedicated team to keep our site clean, and safe. Sitting within the site team, this role will be critical in ensuring the estates building fabric is managed and maintained, led by the Senior Site Manager you will help deliver the highest possible standard, providing a safe and compliant working environment for pupils, visitors, and colleagues. Our expectation is school community satisfaction for service delivery, taking pride in the appearance of our school.

Full training will be provided for the right candidate.

Members of the site team will support and work together across all areas as an effective team in support of a range of school activities and projects. It will also include key holder security responsibilities across the whole school with the working pattern. The ability to work well in a team is essential, as is a good sense of pride in the role.  You will need to be able to offer flexibility and relate well to pupils and adults.

This person will work a fixed pattern, Monday to Friday, which will include the below hours. We would expect this person to do two evenings per working week:

·         06:00 – 14:00

·         14:00 – 22:00

·         09:00 – 17:00

There will be occasions where this person may complete different hours depending on the need of the school, for example, covering annual leave, sickness or school events.

In return we offer:

·         An inspirational, talented, committed staff, including a strong site team

·         Great facilities including recently refurbished classroom suites and offices

·         An extensive CPD and induction programme

·         1 personal day per year in addition to your annual leave entitlement of 24 days increasing to 27 after 5 years service

·         Local Government Pension Scheme

·         Free parking

This is an excellent opportunity to join a school that is building on its already successful results and reputation within the local community.  The school was categorized as ‘Good’ by OFSTED in October 2015 and again in March 2019. We have an excellent track record of developing and supporting our staff to progress both professionally and in their careers.  

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged and warmly welcomed. Please visit our website: https://www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/recruitment  for an application pack and application form or contact recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk for further details. Applications should be made using the Support Staff Application Form, CVs will not be considered.

Closing Date: Depending on applications we may close this sooner.

Interview Date: TBD

Toynbee School is committed to creating a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, religion, belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership.

 

The Toynbee School, Bodycoats Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

S053 2PL

Tel: 02380 269026 

“Toynbee School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.”

Learning Support Assistant

HOURS: Part/Full Time (Final hours to be agreed at interview, 39 weeks per annum) DEADLINE 31 Jan 2023

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

POST TITLE:  LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT  

Salary - Support Staff                                   

Location - Chandlers Ford, Hampshire

School - Toynbee School

Contract Type - Part/Full Time (Final hours to be agreed at interview, 39 weeks per annum)

Contract Term - Permanent

Start Date - To be agreed

Salary Type - Scale B – from £20,812 to £21,133 (Full Time Equivalent)

 

We have a vacancy in our SEN department to support pupils with a range of Special Educational Needs at KS3/KS4 in a mainstream context. The post holder will work with students who have learning, social and behavioural difficulties and support them across the curriculum.

The ideal candidate should demonstrate resilience, initiative, patience and a passion for working with and assisting young people to learn.  There are good opportunities for career progression and previous experience is not essential. Candidates must have proven literacy and numeracy skills, equivalent to GCSE grade C and above.

This post is particularly aimed at graduates considering a future career in teaching and is an excellent way to gain experience in a secondary school setting where the role of the Learning Support Assistant is valued by pupils, parents and staff.

Salary:  Scale B – from £20,812 to £21,133 pro rata – term time (39 weeks per year). Working hours will be discussed at interview.

Applicants should apply using the Support Staff Application Form which can be found on our website, together with a Candidate Application Pack: https://www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/vacancies. Please note that CVs will not be considered.

Completed Application Forms should be submitted to: Recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk. Please contact us via email or 02380269026 if you have any questions about the role.

Closing Date:  31.01.23

Interview Date: Successful shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview prior to the closing date

Toynbee School is committed to creating a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, religion, belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership.

Bodycoats Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, S053 2PL

Tel:   023 80269026 Ext. 209  Fax: 023 80251086

IT Technician - Full Time - £28,934 - £32,026 Grade E

HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm DEADLINE 10 Feb 2023

POST TITLE:   IT Technician - Full Time - Grade E

We have the ideal opportunity for someone who likes supporting IT in education and is looking to progress their career and widen their experience. This role offers you the exciting chance to develop more skills and take on responsibility for supporting the school network with comprehensive support and backup from a team of experienced and knowledgeable staff.

To succeed in this role, as well as having previous IT support experience, you will need a good sense of humour, a calm and caring manner and the ability to work on your own initiative. This is a very varied and interesting role; we can guarantee that no two days will be the same! Whilst offering you a challenge, this post can be very satisfying and it will give you a great sense of achievement. You will be provided with a full induction programme, excellent support and relevant training to enable you to be successful and develop within this post.

Toynbee prides itself on being a friendly, inclusive team with young people at the heart of our community.

Purpose of the Role:

To provide 1st and 2nd line on-site technical support
To ensure the ICT needs of the school are met in relation to teaching, learning and administration
To provide a professional and courteous service at all times
Key Accountabilities:

Technical:

To provide technical support to the school’s ICT systems
Ensure equipment is installed and ready for use by staff and pupils, for example;
PC’s, Laptops, Projectors, AV Equipment, Digital Signage, Printers, devices in correct VLAN’s etc
Ensure IT related services and security systems are working, up to date and ready for use by staff and pupils, for example;
School applications, Parent Portals, CCTV, User Permissions and Access, Filtering, Anti-Virus alerts, Websites/Intranet, BYOD, MDM, Back-Ups etc
Troubleshoot, resolve or escalate on-site issues with all relevant information
Reimaging devices, finding missing or updated drivers where required
Restoring Data as required
Hardware repair and replacement, from component level to complete device
Ensure monitoring alerts are investigated and where required logged on the Helpdesk
Liaise with third party software and service providers where required
Administration:

Utilise the Helpdesk System provided to manage all tickets and requests
Respond to all tickets within SLA
Ensure all reported incidents and requests are logged
Add time entries and updates to record what work has taken place
Ensure customers/users are updated regularly
Provide detailed information on a ticket before escalating
Maintain customer IT records, for example
Asset Management/Inventory (Hardware and Software)
Stock Control
E-mail Account provision
Skills:

Essential:

Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems
Microsoft Office 365
Troubleshooting
Excellent communicator
Ability to work as part of a team
Desirable:

Experience in an educational environment
Educational Software
Virtualisation
Networking Experience

Benefits:

23 days annual holiday plus all bank holidays
Discretionary annual bonus
Training and personal development
Career Progression
Auto-Enrolment pension
Life Assurance Policy
 

Application Procedure

Applications should be made by contacting hr@medhurst-it.com

Deputy Technician Visual Impairment

HOURS: Full time (37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year – final hours to be agreed at interview) DEADLINE 20 Feb 2023

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

POST TITLE:   Deputy Technician Visual Impairment

Salary Type - EHCC Scale C £21,190 - £22,215 FTE (Actual Salary £18,125 - £19,254)

We have a vacancy in our VI department for a Deputy Technician to support pupils with a Visual Impairment at KS3/KS4 in a mainstream context, and support them across the curriculum with specialist resources including Braille .

The ideal candidate should demonstrate initiative, patience and a passion for working with and assisting young people to learn through the production of tailored specialist resources. Additionally, the candidate should have or is willing to gain a working knowledge of assistive, specialist technology to include the use of laptops and Braillenotes. They should also have an understanding of software programmes to enable the support for the modification of specialist resources and ones that also support the working of the specialist technology associated with the Braille and tactile resource production. There are good opportunities for career progression and previous experience is not essential. Candidates must have proven literacy and numeracy skills, equivalent to GCSE grade C and above.

A working knowledge of Braille and/or the modification of resources for large print users is desirable. Additionally, there will be the opportunity to gain accreditation in Braille and associated skills to support pupils.

​Interview Date: Successful shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview prior to the closing date

Closing Date: 20th February 2023

Candidate Application Pack and Application Form: www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/vacancies

Toynbee School Website: www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk

Contact us: 023 80269026 or recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk

Toynbee School is committed to creating a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, religion, belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership.

The Toynbee School, Bodycoats Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, S053 2PL

Tel:   023 80269026

“Toynbee School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.” 

Visual Impairment Learning Support Assistant

HOURS: Part time (2 Days per week, 39 weeks per year – final hours to be agreed at interview) DEADLINE 20 Feb 2023

CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK

POST TITLE:   Visual Impairment Learning Support Assistant

Salary Type - EHCC Scale B (£17,803 - £18,316 FTE) 

Contract Term - Permanent

We have a vacancy in our VI department to support pupils with a Visual Impairment at KS3/KS4 in a mainstream context, and support them across the curriculum.

The ideal candidate should demonstrate resilience, initiative, patience and a passion for working with and assisting young people to learn. There are good opportunities for career progression and previous experience is not essential. Candidates must have proven literacy and numeracy skills, equivalent to GCSE grade C and above.

A working knowledge of Braille and/or the modification of resources for large print users is desirable but not essential as training will be given. Additionally, there will be the opportunity to gain accreditation in Braille and associated skills to support pupils with vision impairment.

The VI Learning Support Assistant will be required to:

demonstrate resilience, initiative, patience and a passion for working with and assisting young people to learn.  There are good opportunities for career progression and previous experience is not essential. Candidates must have proven literacy and numeracy skills, equivalent to GCSE grade C and above. 
be a member of a strong support team, working towards the integration of pupils with a visual impairment.
assist in the classroom management of pupil(s) with a visual impairment.
have classroom responsibility for the use, care and safety of VI specialist technology.
liaise with mainstream teaching staff to effect appropriate adaptation of materials.
support in alternative study periods/curricular activities for individual pupils, in the development of their whole school independence, helping to raise standards of achievement.
occasionally support pupils with a visual impairment on out of hours educational visits, sporting locations etc.
modifiy materials within a specific subject area, designed to meet individual needs and in co-operation with the subject and specialist teachers of the visually impaired, provide adaptation to text:
v  Modify text to appropriate large print using Microsoft Office software or Braille, using scanners, BrailleNotes, laptops and specialist software.

v  Adapt diagrams for large print and tactile users.

v  Prepare 3D models

v  Re-align original text for photocopy enlargement

be professionally discrete and able to respect confidentiality on all issues.
have a professional and positive attitude at all times.
have good communication skills and able to clarify and explain instructions clearly.
understand the implications of individual pupil’s visual impairment.
have well-developed interpersonal skills and sense of humour enabling relationships with a variety of people.
support individual pupils in the development of their personal best and have the ability to motivate and encourage pupils appropriately whilst adhering to the professional approach.
work independently and with initiative.
provide written contributions for reports, PIP (Personalised Information Plan) and EHCP (Education and Health Care Plan) reviews. 
provide on-going feedback to the Manager of the Resource for effective support of individuals.
assist in the keeping of records and the maintenance of materials and equipment.
attend team meetings and curriculum team meetings when necessary.

undertake any duties, which may reasonably be regarded as within the duties of the post as defined.
To support the Manager, the deputy manager and the HLTA with general administration in regards to the day to day organisation and running of the resource.
Support assistants will be given the opportunity to develop specific skills in an identified area of the curriculum, as far as possible designed to suit their interests.
The opportunity to increase personal knowledge, professional development in visual impairment and the role of the VI LSA will be offered internally and on external course.

Support assistants will be given the opportunity to develop specific skills in an identified area of the curriculum, as far as possible designed to suit their interests.

The opportunity to increase personal knowledge, professional development in visual impairment and the role of the VI LSA will be offered internally and on external courses.

This post is an excellent way to gain experience in a secondary school setting where the role of the Learning Support Assistant is valued by pupils, parents and staff.  If you have the skills, enthusiasm and commitment to work with young people with a visual impairment, we would like to hear from you.  Please see the Candidate Application pack for further information.  

Interview Date: Successful shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview prior to the closing date

Candidate Application Pack and Application Form: www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk/vacancies

Toynbee School Website: www.toynbee.hants.sch.uk

Contact us: 023 80269026 or recruitment@toynbee.hants.sch.uk

Closing Date: 20th February 2023

Toynbee School is committed to creating a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, religion, belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, age, disability, marriage or civil partnership.

The Toynbee School, Bodycoats Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, S053 2PL.

Tel:   023 80269026

“Toynbee School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.”